Tottenham lose Danny Rose & Kyle Walker-Peters
Spurs fans have been updated on Thursday about two new defensive injury problems.
Left-back Danny Rose has a calf injury which means he’s ruled out for Saturday’s Premier League match against Man City.
Will Rose be fit for the midweek clash at Brighton next week? That seems doubtful too.
Kyle Walker-Peters is also out of the Man City game as the youngster has a hamstring issue.
So who will be at the back for Spurs against the Sky Blues?
Keiran Trippier is likely to start over Serge Aurier against Pep Guardiola’s men.
As for left-back, Ben Davies seems like he’s certain to start against City.
Meanwhile, Toby Alderwerield could remain absent from Pochettino’s squad with his contract situation remaining unresolved.
#thfc team news: Danny Rose (calf) will miss Saturday's match but it's only expected to be a short-term absence. Harry Winks is in Qatar having rehab at Aspetar – a specialised orthopaedic and sports medicine hospital. Kyle Walker-Peters (hamstring) is still out too.
— Ben Pearce (@BenPearceSpurs) April 12, 2018
Spurs vs Man City
Eliminated from the Champions League and blowing the chance to wrap up the title in the Manchester derby – it has been a week to forget for Manchester City!
Pep Guardiola’s side have endured a torrid week in what has been an exceptional season, having suffered three consecutive defeats in a row.
The champions in waiting now travel to Wembley to take on Tottenham Hotspur.
Spurs are the only Premier League side that remain undefeated in 2018.
Harry Kane gets his goal vs Stoke
The big news for Tottenham on Wednesday was the Premier League’s decision to award the second goal at Stoke last weekend to Harry Kane.
That change means that Kane has 25 EPL goals, while Liverpool’s Mo Salah remains top of the charts with 29 goals.